By Carl Lukat
Source: Loudoun Times-Mirror
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11 2008
The Stone Bridge Bulldogs broke from their post-game huddle Friday night feeling sour about their performance in a 38-0 victory against Langley on homecoming weekend at Stone Bridge.
Daniel Allen rushed for 185 yards and four touchdowns as the Bulldogs (4-0 in the Liberty District, 7-0 overall) improved their record to 25-0 against Liberty opponents since joining the district in 2005.
Stone Bridge did commit 15 penalties and surrender 168 passing yards in the process.
"I don't think this is a game that anybody feels too good about," Bulldog coach Mickey Thompson said. "I don't think we played very well. Mentally, we were out of it. I don't think there is hardly a positive I can take out of this game."
"At least, we got a full game for most of our starters," Thompson continued. "We subbed in a little bit. And now we have something to get on [the players] about. Hopefully, this is a wake up call for us."
Patrick Thompson passed for 261 yards in the win, including a 30-yard touchdown strike to Nick Sheehan. Andrew Ansell led all Bulldog receivers with 112 yards, and Michael Prince combined for 124 rushing and receiving yards and a touchdown.
Stone Bridge senior Zach Thompson injured his knee in the victory. Read more here.
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